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- Your students will love tearing up paper scraps and making a a pineapple, butterfly, pumpkin, and watermelon during speech therapy sessions. This activity was designed to be a no prep activity to target articulation and language in an engaging way. It is an activity that keeps students busy during p$30.60$34.00Save $3.40
Your students will love tearing up paper scraps and making a pumpkin during speech therapy sessions. This activity was designed to be a no prep activity to target articulation and language in an engaging way. It is an activity that keeps students busy during practice! I love incorporating crafts and art in therapy because creates the “look what I made” mentality and this increases the likelihood they will show their caregiver and review at home! This activity also is great for incorporating fine motor skills.
This download contains following sounds: initial/final: p, b, m; final: n, t, d; initial/medial/final: k, g, f, v, l, s, z, ch, j, th, sh; pre-vocalic r; vocalic r (er, ar, or, air, ear, ire); rblends; lblends; sblends (separate mats for sp, st, sm, sn, sk, sl, sw, mixed). Language targets included: categories, association, object functions, compare/contrast, fall vocabulary, actions, positional vocabulary, plurals, idioms, multiple meaning words, adjectives, and antonyms/synonyms. I also included open-ended pages. First practice, then make a pumpkin!
Easily turn this into a Halloween/October craft by adding black triangles for mouth/nose and make it a jack-o-lantern!
*Please note: There are 14 target words on each artic page
Materials Needed: Orange paper (construction or tissue) glue, crayons, and one of these worksheets. (Black paper if you are making a jack-o-lantern
Assembly: None! Print & go!
Tips: If you can, print on card stock to make it less flimsy (I use paper when I am using it with all of my groups).
Instructions: Start with coloring the top of the pineapple green!
:: The student will tear orange paper into small scraps and glue them to the pumpkin over the guide. The student will practice one of the target words at the bottom each time they tear and glue a piece of paper (to get over 100 trials, have the student practice the word 4 times each time they tear and 4 more times each time the glue a piece of paper on). The therapist will determine the number of trials per word.
: Same as the articulation instructions (except for the trials). The therapist can use the targets at the bottom at their own discretion.
I also have this in other versions (also a bundle)
Disclaimer: The targets in these crafts are mostly the same in each version, the language targets vary but the articulation targets are the same.. They are also very similar to my cotton ball crafts if you own them.